Lucious Barnes

PROFILE:

I've been a huge fan and critic of games and movies ever since I had a voice to speak about them. I love power and influence of great storytelling, interactive and otherwise, and now want to be more than just a consumer. My biggest strength in this regard? Almost every time, I'm fair all the time.

Posts by Lucious Barnes:

Metatheory Podcast Episode 4 – We talk about the magic of PAX, this Fall’s most anticipated games, hentai, and Australian killers

by , , and 2 weeks ago

    Host Sean Lama is joined by Gaming Trend staffers Lucious Barnes, Kenneth Shepard, and Eric Van Allen as they discuss the games they are looking forward to most this Fall …

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    The art of interstellar war- Spacecom review

    by 4 weeks ago

    The Real-time-strategy genre in many ways represents one of the far poles of videogames, sitting across from the visceral in-the-moment combat of fighting games. They speak to a different part …

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    TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

    by , , and 2 months ago

      After a very busy month of news and announcements coming out of Gamescom and PAX Prime 2014, a well-deserved weekend of rest is in order. With Destiny leading the charge …

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      Metatheory Podcast Episode 3 – a pre-PAX Prime celebration

      by , , and 2 months ago

        PAX Prime is only a matter of hours away, big companies and small indie teams alike will be flocking to Seattle to show off their latest and greatest games. The …

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        It’s all in the hands- Lichdom: Battlemage review

        by 2 months ago

        “Customizable” is a very fluid concept in the world of videogames, and it’s certainly been taken more and more advantage of as the technology behind our favorite entertainment grows more …

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        Metatheory Podcast Episode 2 – like an episode of Full House, but with 100% more video games

        by , , and 2 months ago

          The Gaming Trend crew comes together for the second episode of the brand new Metatheory Podcast. This episode stars Sean Lama as CHO (Chief Hosting Officer), with Kenneth Shepard, Spencer …

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          Metatheory Podcast debut episode – Gamescom rocks our world this week

          by , and 2 months ago

            Come one, come all, to the very first episode of the Metatheory Podcast hosted right here at Gaming Trend! We're very proud to bring this show to you on a …

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            A Blissful Purgatory – Divinity: Original Sin Review

            by and 2 months ago

            Divinity: Original Sin is a title that seems to speak to a certain kind of player. The gameplay requires experience, and to get the most out of it means having …

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            TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

            by , and 3 months ago

              It’s Friday, which means it’s time to hunker down in our man (or lady) caves, reinforced by a fortress of snack foods and beverages, and sit far too close to …

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              A nice straw hat, but a little loose- One Piece: Unlimited World Red review

              by 3 months ago

              Right off the bat, I’ll tell you that One Piece: Unlimited World Red isn’t a terrible game. It isn’t even a bad game. At its worst, Unlimited World Red is …

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              TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

              by , , and 3 months ago

                This weekend is arguably the biggest weekend for nerds the world over as millions of us will have our eyes glued to our screens for great geek news when San …

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                Destiny Beta – What works, what doesn’t, and why it may be the best shooter yet

                by , , , , , and 3 months ago

                Destiny. It won our Best Shooter of E3 2014 against very stiff competition. It’s been a heavy topic of conversation in several of our Weekend Lineups, and it has been …

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